This is the ‘Green Gill Mushroom’, Chlorophyllum molybdites. If you live in Pinellas County during the summer months, I am almost 100% certain that you have seen this mushroom.
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Here are a few popular cool-season vegetables with suggested varieties and planting times for Central Florida:
• Beets: Early Wonder, Detroit Dark Red, Cylindra, Red Ade, Little Ball (Oct.-Mar.)
• Broccoli: Early Green, Early Dividend, Green Sprouting/Calabrese, Waltham, Packman, De Cicco (Aug.-Jan.)
• Carrots: Imperator, Nantes, Danvers, Chantenay (Oct.- Mar.)
• Celery: Utah Strains, Florida Strains, Summer Pascal (Aug.- Feb.)
• Lettuce: Great Lakes (Crisphead); Parris Island Cos, Outredgeous (Romaine) (Sept.- Mar.)
• Onions (Bulbing): Excel, Texas Grano, Granex, White Granex, Tropicana Red (Sept.- Dec.)
• Peas (English or Snow): Wando, Green Arrow, Sugar Snap, Oregon Sugarpod II (Sept.- Mar.)
For more information about vegetable gardening in Florida, including a complete list of suggested varieties and so much more, please click here to download a fact sheet provided by the University of Florida Extension.